Columbine Shooting Victim Rachel Joy Scott's Inspirational Story Comes to Theaters with 'I'm Not Ashamed' [TRAILER]

Justin SarachikSep 24, 2015 12:36 PM EDT
Facebook: I'm Not Ashamed

Over 15 years ago the tragic Columbine High School shootings claimed the lives of 13 people, and one of those beloved lost was Rachel Joy Scott.

Scott along with another student, Cassie Bernall, were Christians and were reportedly asked to deny Jesus at the times of their death. Bernall had a book written on her life, "She Said Yes," while Scott's father, Darrell went on to write several books based on his daughter's journals, prayers, and devotion to Christ.

Now, Scott's story is coming to the big screen on April 20, 2016 with "I'm Not Ashamed – The Rachel Joy Scott Columbine Story."

Watch the trailer below:

The film stars Masey McClain, Sadie Robertson, Ben Davies, Korie Robertson, Bella Robertson, and Jaci Velasquez.

For more info on the film, click here

Christian singer Plumb's song "Need You Now" was used for the trailer and will undoubtedly be a theme throughout the movie. The singer posted on it herself on Facebook.

"Absolutely honored to be a part of this film...please make plans to see it to honor the story of such a brave girl. https://instagram.com/p/71S3vOmTOa/‪#‎iamnotashamed‬"

 

Rachel Scott
(Photo : Facebook: Rachel Scott)

Stay tuned for more updates on the film as its release gets closer. 

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